In the Spring of 2012, we were asked to look at a project relating to the containerisation of bulk bags and maximising pay loads for deep sea exports. By slightly adjusting the size of the bulk bag the customer was able to add an extra 200kgs into each bag. It is true that we had to recertify the bag to hold a higher payload, but the costs of this were minimal as compared to the savings that could be made.

So here we are, it may only seem 5 minutes since the Christmas break but already we’re quickly approaching the end of January and for those of you in the construction and aggregate industries who use builders bags and aggregate bags now is the time when you will be forecasting your usage of bulk bags for the new season.

Cliffe Packaging Expands

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Cliffe Packaging, one of the UK’s leading producers and suppliers of flexible packaging materials, has acquired the UK based subsidiary of Bag Supplies Canada.